[geeklog-devel] Another Commercial Weblog Article

Tom Willett tomw at pigstye.net
Mon Feb 10 09:05:33 EST 2003

While setting on my throne this morning I ran across this article from 


It mentions commercial blog software, most of which I had never heard of.  
But it sounds just like what Geeklog does, I quote:

"While many freeware vendors also offer fee-based software and services for 
corporate users, a newer crop of vendors is stepping up to extend Weblogs to 
specific business processes such as corporate intelligence gathering and 
market research. 

These enterprise-specific blogs from companies including Traction Software, 
Tech Dirt, and Trellix use the same core user-friendly Web publishing 
approach with added features to regulate access control and security and to 
bolster functions such as search. 

Using time and topic as organizational themes, Weblogs allow users to easily 
collect and publish information to the Web from e-mail, Web sites, Microsoft 
Office documents, and other sources. In addition, Weblogs typically use XML 
to embed links from a variety of information sources."

Anybody familiar with any of this software?

Tom Willett
tomw at pigstye.net

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